Authors use many different methods to organize information. If you know which organizational method the author is using, you will better understand the information you read. Authors use two techniques to clearly show how ideas are related to one another: Organizational Methods (Patterns)
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Authors use two techniques to clearly show how ideas are related to one another:
Organizational Methods (Patterns)
Cause: Kelly eats a lot of candy
Effect: Kelly has cavities at every check
Cause: Joel volunteers at the homeless shelter 20 hours a week.
Effect: Joel received the "Volunteer of the Year" award!
Cause: My family was late getting to the airport.
Effect: Our seats we reassigned and we had to take a later flight
However, unlike, like, by contrast, yet, in comparison, although, whereas, similar to, different from
For examplecharacteristics arefor instance, specifically, in particular, in addition
Between now and the election, the candidate will make a number of campaign stops throughout the U.S.
Next, first, last, second, another, then, additionally